Joshua Redman is one of the most beloved saxophonists of the last three decades. He won the prestigious Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition back in 1991. Since then, the ever-productive American has surprised us with various projects and collaborations. He has played with a wide range of heavyweights including Pat Metheny, the Rolling Stones, Herbie Hancock and Big Daddy Kane. Redman recorded his latest album Still Dreaming with some of the very best musicians on the modern-jazz scene: Ron Miles, Scott Colley, and Brian Blade. Still Dreaming is a tribute to Ornette Coleman’s quartet of the seventies and eighties, Old and New Dreams; a collective that was famous for their uninhibited playing and intense, unpredictable live performances. Still Dreaming was quite rightly nominated for a Grammy Award. Redman, Miles, Colley, and Blade are the perfect lineup to pay homage to Coleman’s quartet. Dave King will do the honors on drums at the festival.